The Lillehammer Region has something exciting for everyone. Every day is a fairytale, both in summer and in winter. In Lillehammer you can walk the famous pedestrian main street, visit amusement parks, museums and galleries. The area can also offer great nature experiences such as biking, hiking, skiing and horseback riding, in additional to action filled activities for adrenalin junkies.
1. Hunderfossen family park
Hunderfossen Family park in Lillehammer is one of Norway’s most visited tourist attractions, with over 275 000 visitors every year. The park is known as Norway’s fairytale park, with great attractions both outdoors and indoors.
Photo: Esben Haakenstad
Maihaugen in Lillehammer is a huge outdoor museum with over 200 listed buildings from different time periods, exhibitions and places to eat. Here you will have a culture experience like no other, there are varying activities for both young and old.
3. Hafjell Bike Park
Hafjell Bike Park is the leading lift based biking park in Norway. It has 15 slopes varying in difficulty from green to black slopes spread over 28 km. Downhill biking is an exciting and fun activity.
Photo: Hafjell Bike Park
4. Jorekstad Outdoor bath
Here you can jump, splash, exercise, dive, take a sauna or just relax while the children are having fun in the pool and water slide.
Lillehammer- Hafjell region’s biggest outdoor pool in Jorekstad, fit for all age groups.
Photo: Jorekstad Fritidsbad
5. Mountain areas
The regions mountainous terrain is perfect for hiking and outdoor activities. Read more about Hafjell and Øyerfjellet, Ringebufjellet, Kvitfjell, Kvamsfjellet, Skeikampen, Espedalen, Venabygdsfjellet, Nordseter, Sjusjøen and Lillehammer.
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